Luna de Margarita, una canción de amor (música tradicional de Venezuela)

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    geadriana

    Published on Jan 10, 2022
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    Al final del año pasado, me reconecté con la música, específicamente con el canto. Desde que mi padre murió en mayo me costó un poco, me producía mucha tristeza cantar, no podía, pasó de ser algo natural y que me fluía bien a simplemente no poder hacerlo. Y eso era porque no me sentía bien.



    Luego poco a poco empecé a tratar, retomé el programa de Encuentro de Talentos y, muchos me decían que lo intentara, pero no podía. Aunque sabía que posiblemente me ayudaría no me animaba a hacerlo mucho, pero creo que el canto definitivamente nos ayuda a liberar la emociones y a sanar.



    En mi caso me equilibra y me permite drenar y expresar emociones. Incluso me permite enfocarme. A veces amanezco con muchas ganas de cantar y me hago unos mini-conciertos privados antes de iniciar el día.



    Paso a paso fui evolucionando y retomando el equilibrio, compartiendo mi voz conmigo misma y con los otros. Así, se fue tejiendo una serie de eventos online, de fiestas y reuniones de vecinos y amigos, algunas actividades académicas y hasta una renovación de votos matrimoniales y, en todos me pedían cantar, lo fui haciendo y paulatinamente me iba sintiendo más cómoda, más ligera e incluso llegué a sentir una conexión especial. Esa energía que fluye cunado se está interpretando.



    La música es una fuente inspiradora y en el caso de los cantantes nosotros además de ser los ejecutantes somos a la vez los instrumentos, por eso nuestra condición tiene repercusión en lo que surge, aunque también si hablamos de un instrumento hay una influencia; yo considero que es más notoria en los cantantes.



    Dentro de las muchas cosas que hice, tuve la oportunidad de cantar en una actividad de la universidad donde me desempeño como profesora hace ya algunos años. Para mí es un placer participar y compartir tanto el conocimiento como la música con mis compañeros de trabajo y estudiantes, son cosas que no puede quedarse con nosotros solamente, sino que deben ser liberadas para el disfrute y la aplicación posterior.



    Por eso, cuando me invitaron a cantar no lo dudé ni un minuto. Seleccioné una tres canciones y estaba contenta porque tenia mucho tiempo que no cantaba con músicos y bueno, para ser honesta también me estresaba un poco, porque demandaba más coordinación y porque debía tener clara la letra porque, de tanto cantar en karaoke me he acostumbrado a no memorizar las letras y me enredo.



    Hoy tengo el gusto de publicar este video donde interpreto Luna de Margarita una canción de uno de los músicos venezolanos más conocidos a nivel internacional por sus composiciones, el Maestro Simón Díaz, quién le escribió esta canción a su amada esposa, donde le regaló el mar de las Antillas e hizo referencia a la luna a un paisaje a un momento que se volvería eterno, donde el ambiente y la naturaleza eran un escenario vivo de una historia de amor. Es una canción del folkore venezolano.



    Además, tuve el honor de compartir escenario con tres músicos excelente, donde estaba un hiver el excelente @esteliopadilla. As que agradezco la oportunidad y espero que lo disfruten.


    English version


    At the end of last year, I reconnected with music, specifically singing. Since my father died in May, it took me a bit, it made me very sad to sing, I couldn't, it went from being something natural and that flowed well to simply not being able to do it. And that was because I was not feeling well.



    Then little by little I began to try, I resumed the Talent Encounter program and, many told me to try, but I could not. Although I knew that it would possibly help me, I was not encouraged to do it much, but I think that singing definitely helps us to release emotions and heal.



    In my case, it balances me and allows me to drain and express emotions. It even allows me to focus. Sometimes I wake up really wanting to sing and do some private mini-concerts before starting the day.



    Step by step I evolved and regained my balance, sharing my voice with myself and with others. Thus, a series of online events were woven, of parties and meetings of neighbors and friends, some academic activities and even a renewal of marriage vow and, in all of them they asked me to sing, I was doing it and gradually I was feeling more comfortable, more light and even came to feel a special connection. That energy flows when it is being interpreted.



    Music is an inspiring source and in the case of singers, in addition to being the performers, we are also the instruments, that is why our condition has an impact on what arises, although also if we talk about an instrument there is an influence; I consider that it is more noticeable in the singers.



    Among the many things that I did, I had the opportunity to sing in an activity at the university where I have been a teacher for some years. It is a pleasure for me to participate and share both knowledge and music with my co-workers and students, these are things that cannot remain with us alone, but must be released for later enjoyment and application.



    So when they invited me to sing I didn't hesitate for a minute. I selected three songs and I was happy because I hadn't been singing with musicians for a long time and well, to be honest, it also stressed me a bit, because it demanded more coordination and because I had to be clear about the lyrics because from singing in karaoke so much I have gotten used to not memorizing the letters and I get confused.



    Today I have the pleasure of publishing this video where I interpret Luna de Margarita a song by one of the most internationally known Venezuelan musicians for his compositions, Maestro Simón Díaz, who wrote this song to his beloved wife, where he gave her the sea. of the Antilles and made reference to the moon to a landscape at a time that would become eternal, where the environment and nature were a living scene of a love story. It is a Venezuelan folk song.



    In addition, I had the honor of sharing the stage with three excellent musicians, where the excellent @esteliopadilla was an hiver. So I appreciate the opportunity and hope you enjoy it.


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